LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. M DEATH’S Final Sale, for 30 days longer. Every Line Must bo Sold prior to closing business. SX EORGE SEARLE, Hosiery Manufacturer, VOT has opened these new and commodious piemises, 113 George street, near Hanover street. (S EORGE SEARLE is now showing Special 71" Goods made on the premises; Ladies' Knitted Hose, Girls’ Knitted Hose. C~ GEORGE SKA RLE, the noted maker of X Buys'strong Knitted Hosieiy, the most durable stocking for school wear. ('i KORGE SEARLE.—Ladies can leave their X own wool, and have stocking t knitted to order a l , shortest notice. (X KORGE SEARLE, 'Gentlemen's Outfitter. VJi —Men’s Shirts, Sox, Underclothing, Ties, Collars, Sealfs, Gloves; marked lowest rash juices. GEO RGE SEAIILK.-Men’s Colored Ootton Shiit i from Is 1 Id; Men’s strong Wincey Shirts from 3s (id. Inspection invited. GEORGE SEARLE, 113 George street (near Hanover street). —Buy your Hose, Sox, Shirts, and Underclothing direct from the manufacturer, and so secure a better article and save all intermediate profits. rrT he do mTnToan nuns bog to heartily Thank Mr F. Leech, the Musicians, and all others who contributed in various ways towards the success of the Concert held last eveni g. Dunedin, 11th June, 1889. J^LANKETS,— 2 Bales, damaged by water, to bo SOLD about HALF-PRICE for CASH. C. JOHNSON AND CO., Maclaggan street. ALBERT BUILDINGS (Opposite General Post Office, Princes street), Monster sale of the entire WHOLESALE STOCK cf General Drajiery, Clothing, and Mercery of Messrs Solandcrs and Co,, Hertford street, Christchurch, amounting to Seventeen Thousand Pounds. GLENDINING AND DOBIE have purchased the above Wholesale Stock at an Enormous Reduction off Cost Price. They are busy re-marhiug. The whole to be slaughtered without reserve. Look out for future advertisement and opening day. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. TWO SPECIAL L»NES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. can with confidence request Heads of Families to Inspect the following Two Special Lines of Boys’ Clothing : FIRST LINE. —73 Boys’ Mottled Cord Suits, sizes from 1 to 8, prices 9s (id to 17s Gd; decidedly natty looking and very duiahlc ; specially adapted for this climate. SECOND LINE. — 130 Boys’ and Youths’ Colonial Tweed Ovei coats, with detached cape, selected patterns, and our own mauufactuie. All bizes in Stock, prices from 17s Gd to 25?. JUVENILE CLOT UNO. .lUVENILK CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING, 'I WO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAS LINES. GIVE US A TRIAL, And you will not regret it. THE NORTH DUNEDIN BOOT DEPOT’S Prices will Astonish you. Guaranteed to WEAR WELL WEAK WELL WEAR WELL WEAR WELL WEAR tVELL Women’s strong Balmorals from 6s lid, splendid Kid Elastics 6s 3d, Leather B S. 7s 6d Slippers from Is lid ; Men’s good Bluchers from 5s .lid, strong Bals. 9s 6d, extra strong Watertights 12s 6d; Boys’ and Girls’ Winter Boots at prices defying keenest competition. Large stock Evening Shoes j from 4s lid, NORTH DUNEDIN BOOT DEPOT, King street, corner Union street, opposite school. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. INTENDING EXHIBITORS are reminded that the time for receiving Applications for Space closes on MONDAY, Ist July. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for Erecting Extensive Additions (in brick) to the Woollen Factory at Ashburton, for the Mosgicl Woollen Company. Plans and specifications are to be seen at the Factory, Ashburton, and at the Office of the undersigned, at Dunedin. Tenders close Monday, 24th Juno. HY. F. HARDY, Architect. D ISTRIOT ORDER, Volunteer Office, Dunedin, 14th June, 1889, An Officers’ Claes, for Professional Instruction, will bo he’d in the Commanding Officer’s room, Garrison Hall, at 8 o’clock p.m., on the Third THURSDAY of each month, until further orders. The first meeting will be held on the 20th inst., when the subject will be: Part L, Infantry Drill. The Officers of all Corps in the City and Suburbs (except Cavalry) are required to attend. By order. H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant. BOROUGH OF SOUTH DUNEDIN. NOTICE. THE BOROUGH COUNCIL of South Dunedin Laving entered into a contract for the Removal of the Night Soil from the Borough, the several persona following the occupation of nightmen are hereby Cautioned against Removing Night Soil within the aforesaid Borough; otherwise proceedings will be taken as the law directs. ALFRED G. PRICE, Town Cleik. 14th June, 1889. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! SPECIAL THIS WEEK. Clearing Lines prior to Stocktaking. SIMON BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Direct Importers. Ladies’ Kid Elastics from 5s lid; Button Boote, 7s 6d. Ladies’ Walking Shoes from 6s 6d ; Evemng, 4s 6d, Ladies’ Balmora’s from 6s lid; Prunella Elastics, 4s lid. Ladies’ Slippers from Is lid. Men’s Balmorals from 8s lid ; Shoes, 8s 6d. Men’s Cookhams from 17s 6d ; Slippers from 2s9d , „ Boys’ and Girls’—immense Stock—See Prices. FAMOUS BEEHIVE BOOTS. Men’s extra strong Balmorals from 8s lid ; Bluchers, 5s 9d; extra strong Watertights, 12r6d. Women’s strong Balmorals from fis lid; Leather Elastics, 7s 3d. Numerous Odd Lines will be Cleared REGARDLESS OF COST. SIMON BROTHERS, Manufacturers, George street (near Oc(agon). NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WILSON, AND CO. have REMOVED to their New Premise;* in Crawford street, next N.& Insurance Co,
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